Do you have any crptology software installed on your system (knowingly)?
I saw on one of the sites for which you sent links in your post that it is known to be a part of encryption software which did, in fact, come pre-installed on my computer (Embassy Trust Suite by Wave Industries). I actually knew this beforehand from my Google search. I just don't understand why I am receiving errors about this file, especially when I have not used this program at all. I read the Help Section and the Readme files, etc., that came with the application, and this security package sounds like it is meant for large businesses, whereas I am a single user who does not use this laptop for my business per se. It involves pretty high-tech security hardware (fingerprint scanners, smart cards, etc.), or at the very least, encryption methods which are quite complex and way above my knowledge base. So knowing that I don't use this file (tcsd_win32.exe), my question is what should I do about it? Based on your links, it can hide malware, although it seems like every file can. If I get rid of it, I'm sure I'll screw up something, but if I keep it, I'll continue to get the error messages and something will probably get screwed up.
When I look on Task Manager, I do see tcsd_win32.exe running as a background process with user name "Network Service", and although the memory usage is 3,956K, it is taking up 0% of my CPU resources.
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.